Archive for July, 2005

Fun With Clients

Tuesday, July 26th, 2005

I had to call a client in US. This is what happened in a series of emails. Me: Could you let me know when I can call you? Client: How about 6 PM EST? Me: Uh… that’s a bit late for me (3:30 am my time). Could we do it a bit sooner? Client: Sure! […]

Online Wanderings

Monday, July 25th, 2005

Some random links that have been lying around, waiting for the next post… 2000 year old Date Palm comes Alive! Is Your Son a Computer Hacker? 40 (And Growing) Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Post Your Picture on the Internet Keyboard Stuff: Typewriter -> Keyboard Mod… Whoa! A $80 keyboard Optimus Keyboard Is American President Bush […]

Review of OPM-2 Software

Monday, July 25th, 2005

I’ve written a review of Oxygen Software’s Oxygen Phone Manager II for Symbian Phones. Though ideally I should tease you into reading the review, I’ll do the opposite and tell you that the review is favourable. I’ve liked this software but the latest version really hauls some serious functionality and is extremely easy to use. […]

A Brief History of Indian IT Industry

Tuesday, July 5th, 2005

C|NET has a pretty nice brief history of Indian IT Industry. Makes for a good read. It’s part of their series on India’s IT industry. They got the Indian boundaries wrong on the map though (J&K is chopped off badly) making the re-publishing of this report with that map anywhere in India a criminal offence. […]